It’s hard not to be inspired by Hagar Vardimon.

In fact, I used to have a ripped out image of one of her Lonely Houses taped to my bedroom wall. A single house floating above a perfectly threaded shadow.

The embroidered photographs grew out of her obsession with deserted houses. And if you’ve ever driven through the flats or wandered a northern town – you’ll find a familiarity with Vardimon’s work.

Her collage and embroidery work has been featured in the New York Times Magazine and a book about her art has been published by Edition Marguerite Waknine.

We are excited to have a selection from the Lonely Houses series as part of our new exhibit – Everyday.